The Canada Cup of Beer is back at Thunderbird Stadium this weekend.  Hop on a bus (you won’t want to drive to this one) and browse the brews of local and international vendors.

The City of Vancouver has been hosting parties all year to celebrate the city’s 125th birthday.  The latest in this series in Summer Live at Stanley Park.  This free outdoor festival features live performances by local favourites, including Said the Whale and the Zolas.  There’s also a free shuttle from Waterfront Station daily.

Check out Vancouver’s public art from the seat of your bike with a bicycle tour by Art Wheelers.  Reserve your spot for only $10.  Don’t have a bike?  No problem!  Art Wheelers has bikes you can rent at a discounted rate.

The Waldorf’s newest night is this Wednesday in the Tiki Bar.  Exotica aims to bring back old-timey glamour to Vancouver’s night scene with vintage burlesque every Wednesday night.

You don’t have to be an English geek to enjoy Bard on the Beach. What’s not to love about live Shakespeare with a beach backdrop?  This year sees favourite comedies As You Like It and The Merchant of Venice.

Theatre Under the Stars is another way to get your theatre fix outdoors.  Head to Stanley Park and watch Bye Bye Birdie or Anything Goes in a spectacular natural setting.